Lao Tzu

“He who speaks does not know, he who knows does not speak.”

He who knows sees the light reflecting off what he is seeing.

He who does not know sheds light on what he thinks he sees, though the light is a reflection of his self.

He who knows sees with his eyes and the eyes of others. He who speaks see with his mind.

Those who know can only describe what they see as “it is what it is whatever it is.” That may encourage others to open their eyes.